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Scott Hogan leads League Two player of the month nominations

Scott Hogan, Sam Winnall, Keith Lowe and Jim McNulty are nominated for the League Two player of the month award for February.

Rochdale striker Scott Hogan and Scunthorpe United forward Sam Winnall are two of four footballers nominated for League Two's player of the month award for February.

Hogan could round off his successful month with the Football League accolade after netting four goals, three of which came against AFC Wimbledon, ensuring maximum points for his club.

Winnall has gone from strength to strength this season for Scunthorpe, and February was no different for the striker, who found the net four times to keep the club in the automatic promotion spot in the table.

It's not only the attacking players in the league that have been recognised - defender Keith Lowe could pick up the award since arriving at York City on loan from Cheltenham Town.

Lowe's defensive qualities helped guide York to an unbeaten run in February, which included just one goal conceded in four matches for the club, who currently reside 10th in the table.

Bury full-back Jim McNulty, who moved to the club in the January transfer window, has also been given the nod after an impressive display, which resulted in Bury conceding just two goals in five games last month.

The winner will be announced on Friday, March 7.


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